12 Sept 2010........ Muizenberg Village Street Festival!!

Watch this space for updates on the line up and programs for the day!

To Watch:

10:15

Children’s Jungle Theatre:

‘Dogs Life’

11:10

Belly Dancing

11:50

Caleb

12:30

Jamie Jupiter

13:10

Time Flies

13:55

Meri Kenaz

14:30

Dave Ferguson (TBC)

15:10

SOUTHPAW

15:55

Mafiana

16:10

Revelation Time ft Ginga Cobra


Live Mural painting


Film Screenings – @ The Melting Pot


To Eat:

Pizza

Vegan

Sushi

Curry

Tea time treats

Boerewors rolls


To Buy:

Gorgeous designer clothing

2nd hand clothing

Crafts

Jewelry

Organic food gardens

Plants

Creative pots

Hand made toys

Talent Market

Plus much more…..


To see:

Magical hand made décor created with the help of kids from the African Sinomusa Foundation from Lavender Hill and Capricorn Park


Art exhibition


Info stands: projects Creative, Eco and Community focused from the Muizenberg area


To do:

Workshops:

Cartooning for teenagers (13-19yrs) with Andy Mason: 4 hrs: 11am-1pm and 1:30pm-3:30pm. R120 per person. Materials: participants should bring a pencil, eraser, a decent fineliner and/or marker. @ The old Coffee Bean space, Palmer Rd


Re-cycled art making with EcoJunki


Talk:

Talking Shamanism

with Lyn De La Motte

4pm @ Coffee bean


Kiddies activities – games, face painting and crafts



Parking: at the pavilion or Checkers parking lot.


Please bring cash: nearest ATM – Checkers.


Please bring along good, happy Sunday ‘dance in the street’ vibes!


10:15 - Jungle Theatre performing
'A Dogs Life'
http://www.jungletheatre.co.za/

11:10 - Belly Dancing
Performed by the dancers of Alive Dance Studio, Palmer Rd


FILM SCREENINGS: @ The Melting Pot

10:00

Blue gold: World water wars

12:00

Taking back the waves

14:00

Afrikaaps

15:15

Ubuntu

16:00

Not so normal Norman Nanimal



10:00

Blue gold: World water wars

90mins

2008

Dir: Sam Bozzo

Wars of the future will be fought over water as they are over oil today, as the source of human survival enters the global marketplace and political arena. Corporate giants, private investors, and corrupt governments vie for control of our dwindling supply, prompting protests, lawsuits, and revolutions from citizens fighting for the right to survive. Past civilizations have collapsed from poor water management. Can the human race survive?


12:00

Taking back the waves

76 mins

2005

Dir: Nic Hofmeyer

Two South African surfers from different walks of life serve as a metaphor for the nation as it deals with the legacy of apartheid in this documentary. Ian Armstrong and Cass Collier are two world-class surfers who are pals and friendly rivals on the big waves of Cape Town's spectacular beaches. But while Armstrong came from a wealthy white family, Collier is black and came of age at a time when segregation and minority rule prevented him from surfing most of South Africa's best waves. Collier's father, Ahmed Collier, learned about surfing in Hawaii and passed his enthusiasm for the sport on to his son, but while Armstrong had to learn how to navigate the waves on his board, Collier also had to fight for the right to ride the same surf. Taking Back the Waves looks at the history of surfing in South Africa, Collier's efforts to rise to the top of his game, and the slow, difficult efforts to come to terms with his country's ugly past. This will be the first public screening of Taking Back the Waves in Muizenberg, and Cass Collier will be present at the Melting Pot to answer questions after the documentary.


14:00

Afrikaaps

52min

2010

Dir: Dylan Valley

AFRIKAAPS is a cutting-edge hiphopera about the history of Afrikaans, tracing its origins back to 1600s and its evolution into the 21st century. Filmmaker Dylan Valley created video content for the stage production as well as documenting the process, which has culminated in this documentary. The film recently premiered at the Encounters Film Festival. Producer Dylan Valley will be present at the Melting Pot to answer questions after the documentary.



3:15pm

Ubuntu

8mins

2010

Zolani Ndevu

This film by Zolani Ndevu and the SIYAKHONA Project shows us the improvements of this country since 1994, and investigates the basis of the xenophobic attacks that happened in 2008 in Cape Town. Khayelitsha is the second biggest township after Soweto (Johannesburg), and the film looks at its diverse culture and tradition it gained after its independence. Furthermore it takes a specific look at the life of ordinary foreign nationals living in the township, who came to Khayelitsha to finish their studies and get jobs. A Ghanian takes the viewer through his journey/life in Khayelitsha and his ups and downs as he is regarded as a foreigner.

Siyakhona is a project that trains young people from disadvantaged communities to be photographers and video journalists. It is part of Sony’s collaboration with FIFA on corporate social responsibility and is implemented through Football for Hope, the movement led by FIFA and streetfootballworld.

Producer Zolani Ndevu and other members of Siyakhona will be present at the Melting Pot to answer questions after the documentary.


16:00

Not so normal Norman Nanimal

7mins

2009

Dir: Stephanie van Vuuren

This short film uses stop motion to depict Norman Nanimal's wonderous and quirky journey into the unknown, looking for answers to his not so normal existence.


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